Tyson Fury has been overwhelmed by the support he expects to receive when he battles with Martin Rogan at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena on April 14 on Hennessey Sports’ ‘Unfinished Business’ show.
The titanic battle between Fury and Rogan will be broadcast live on Channel 5 and Fury, who has been locked away training in Manchester, believes he’ll have more support on the night than the Belfast hard man.
Paul McCloskey, Martin Lindsay and the line-up for the Betfair Prizefighter all-Irish Middleweights are ready for their huge night in Belfast on May 5, as promoter Eddie Hearn says it’s the first of three big nights of boxing in the city for Matchroom Sport in 2012.
McCloskey headlines the bumper night of action live on Sky Sports against two-time world champion Julio Diaz and the former unbeaten European light-welterweight king is gunning for a second world title shot this year.
Super-bantamweight contender Carl Frampton says his fight with Kiko Martinez is the biggest night of boxing that Ireland has seen ‘for many, many years’ and vows to keep the European belt in Belfast.
Frampton fights for the Spaniard’s Super Bantamweight title on the undercard of Paul McCloskey’s bout with Breidis Prescott live on Sky Sports on Saturday September 10 at the Odyssey Arena in Northern Ireland’s capital.